The difference between Garmin Forerunner 205, 305 and 405

I have been using the Garmin Forerunner 205 several times per week and each week during some time. It is extremely reliable and takes about a minute to synchronize with the satellites (but this, obviously will have to do with where you are and climate). It is really light and you barely notice it when you are running. It is as precise as the GPS information it receives ( for the great majority of the people this is enough).

In essence the Garmin Forerunner 305 (the most popular model at this time) is the same device but comes with a heart rate monitor and it is compatible with an optional foot pod (for indoor use like treadmill and so on) and a cadence sensor for cycling. The Garmin Forerunner 405 only has a smaller design and can only display 3 data fields instead four at once. Besides, the way of scrolling through the menus and commands in the 405 has generated some controversy between some groups of users. The 405 comes in versions with or without a heart monitor feature. On the other hand the 405 model may acquire satellites a little bit faster than the other two models.

If you need a easy way to know how far you went, how fast you are running,… you will take advantage of the features of this device. If you want a reliable sports watch, easy to use, which tells you how far you run and how long have you been doing exercise you don’t need anything else. This gadget is for you. In fact the Garmin Forerunner 205 has several training programs, a virtual training assistant, a calories burned calculator and a tracking elevation feature.

It is one of the best sport watches for its price because it is very competitive. Definitely it is an excellent gadget and gives a really good value for money.

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